- Rapper YoungstaCPT is a man of many talents and has now diversified into the men's hair and grooming business
- The star was thrilled to announce the opening of he and his team's barbershop this team
- YoungstaCPT posted images of the shop on social media and urged fans to come through to get themselves looking right this summer
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YoungstaCPT is diversifying and it's awesome to see an artist opening a business during this time of Covid-19. The star, who already owns clothing and sneaker stores, has now also opened a barbershop.
The rapper took to Twitter to encourage fans to come through to get their fades proper this weekend. The barbershop is called Y?Gentleman.
Youngsta wrote, “A year ago we opened the doors to our first two stores. As our marathon continues, tomorrow we launch our barbershop on the block called Y?Gentleman. Salutas (Thank you) to the team for pushing during the Covid-19 pandemic."
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Fans really appreciate Youngsta's dedication to uplifting his local Cape Town communities.
One tweep said that Youngsta reminds him of US rapper Nipsey Hussle, who was known to pump all his money back into uplifting his hood.
YoungstaCPT has made incredible strides in his career since he burst on the scene a few short years ago. Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Youngsta said he was extremely grateful to Reason for being one of the first Mzansi rap stars to put him on.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Minnie Dlamini Jones is not okay with her man being away from her for too long.
The star opened up to fans that his absence for just a few days gave her so much separation anxiety that she's started following him around everywhere he goes now that he's back. The attachment issues are real.
Fans could totally relate as most people have had to make sacrifices and implement precautions that they never in their wildest dreams ever imagined they would have to.
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